Novum Testamentum - This text is the Latin Text of Theodore Beza, one of the leaders of the Reformation. He was a master in linguistics, and help to found a University in Geneva. He was originally trained in Law, but left to concentrate on helping Calvin redress abuses within the Church. He is considered a leader of the Reformation. His work helped to launch the Geneva Bible and was also instrumental in other versions and edition of the New Testament. He was succeeded by Diodatti. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: LATIN NT, Novum Testamentum, BEZA, 1519, 1605, la reforme, Reformation Leaders, Theodore Beza,...
byBudé, E. de (Eugène Guillaume Théodore de), 1836-1910
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byWiffen, Benjamin B. (Benjamin Barron), 1794-1867; Valdés, Juan de, d. 1541. Consideraciones divinas; Betts, John T. (John Thomas)
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La Sacra Bibbia, ossia L'Antico e il Nuovo Testamento Italian New Testament Tradotti fedelmente dall' originale in italiano The New Testament Bible (bilingual) edition in English and Italian, Translation accomplished before prior to 1880 Giovanni Diodati or Deodati (June 6, 1576 - October 3, 1649), was the first to translate the Bible into Italian from Hebrew and Greek sources. He was a Great Linguist and Italian theologian. He was born at Geneve, of a noble family originally from Lucca, which... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Italian New Testament Bible Translation, Early Translation, Textual Criticism, Not Nestle, Textus,...
byGiovanni Diodati , Società Biblica Italiana, British and Foreign Bible Society
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